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sagepay SHA-256

Thread began 3/17/2016 9:14 am by rob75685 | Last modified 3/17/2016 10:49 am by Ray Borduin | 205 views | 1 replies |


sagepay SHA-256

hi guys

Just had this email from SagePay:

"Following our communication in late 2015, please be reminded that the online industry is changing the way that website security certificates are digitally signed in order to maintain an appropriate level of security as computer processing power evolves. Read more.

As a result of these industry changes, we’ll shortly be upgrading our SSL Security Certificates by removing our current SHA-1 certificates and replacing them with SHA-256 based certificates (a version of SHA-2 certificates). "

Will this have an effect on any of my sites built using eCart and SagePay ?

many thanks

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

No that shouldn't have any effect.

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